The largest wind gust on a stormy Saturday, Sept. 15 didn’t come courtesy of Mother Nature, but from the hundreds of Chugiak football fans who breathed a simultaneous sigh of relief after their team held on for a heart-stopping 13-7 win over Eagle River at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Getting to the state meet out of a loaded Cook Inlet Conference won’t be easy — but then, nothing worth doing is.
Chugiak’s flag football team raced to a 26-6 homecoming win over Eagle River on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Chugiak defeated Eagle River 13-6 in Cook Inlet Conference football on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Though Chugiak might be low on gymnasts, the Mustangs aren’t short on talent.
After a year off, Eagle River High is fielding a gymnastics team for the 2012 season.
Over the past eight years, Eagle River High has beaten rival Chugiak at least once in nearly all varsity sports except one — football.
Eagle River football racked up 26 first-half points to defeat visiting West Valley 26-17 at its homecoming game Saturday, Sept. 8. Excluding last year’s win over Chugiak — a game the Mustangs won but had to forfeit due to use of an ineligible player — Saturday marked Eagle River’s first victory since beating Lathrop in 2010 at the first game played on the Wolves’ own turf.